Websites to Support Practice
There are countless websites devoted to math practice! But which ones to use?
Sometimes teachers have specific, contentbased suggestions. For example, SolveMe Mobiles is great for developing algebraic thinking and reasoning, but it does not address other concepts specifically. Websites that support General Practice offer practice problems (and sometimes video tutorials) for multiple skills, at multiple grade levels. Check out some suggestions below.
Sometimes teachers have specific, contentbased suggestions. For example, SolveMe Mobiles is great for developing algebraic thinking and reasoning, but it does not address other concepts specifically. Websites that support General Practice offer practice problems (and sometimes video tutorials) for multiple skills, at multiple grade levels. Check out some suggestions below.
General Practice (K8)
Khan AcademyKhan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace  free! Parents can sign up as a student's "coach."

TenMarksTenMarks is another free website that offers practice exercises and a personalized learning dashboard. Parents can sign up as "teachers" and create specific assignments. Consult your child's classroom teacher and/or educational team for some more guidance about what to practice.

ixLiXL offers some rote practice problems at multiple grade levels. Select a grade, and then browse through a list of skills to begin. Several primarygrade classroom teachers have paid accounts for their students to save progress and create assignments. Talk with your child's classroom teacher for more information.

Game Websites
Sheppard Software (Gr. K8)Sheppard Software offers many different skillsoriented games, at multiple levels. The menu is broken down by category, e.g. basic operations, fractions, decimals, geometry, place value, rounding and estimating... Some games students might enjoy:
Primary Grades: Fruit Shoot Addition, Balloon Pop Ordering Numbers, Number Twins Addition, Missing Numbers  Subtraction, Subtraction Harvest, Enough Money?, and more! Intermediate Grades: Scooter Quest, Area Game, Equivalent Fractions Math Man, Fruit Splat Prime & Composites, Animal Rescue  Fractions and Decimals on a Number Line, Decimal Models to Hundredths, and more! Middle School: Make 24, Balloon Pop Comparing Fractions, Decimals and Percents, Matching Percentages, Matching Equal Ratios, Make X, and more! Math Snacks (Gr. 4  8)Math Snacks is a popular website with some of our intermediate and middle school students! The games were developed as part of a collaborative grant between the National Science Foundation (NSF) and New Mexico State University. They also offer a few iPad apps. Some popular games include:
Gate (Place Value), Game Over Gopher (Coordinate Graphing), Pearl Diver (Fractions and Decimals on a Number Line), Ratio Rumble (Ratios), and Monster School Bus (Decimals). 
Arcademic Skill Builders (Gr. K5+)Arcademic Skill Builders hosts different skillbuilding games with a fun, interactive feature: you can play on your own, against a computer, or even with friends in a private room. Some examples of games include:
Primary Grades: Kangaroo Hop (Shape Recognition), Koala Karts (Counting with a Ten Frame), Alien Addition (Addition Facts to 12), Kitten Match (Decomposing or Breaking Down Numbers), Sailboat Subtraction (Subtraction Facts within 12), and more! Intermediate Grades: Space Race (Multiplication Facts), Canoe Penguins (Multiplying TwoDigit Numbers), Demolition Division (Division Facts to 12), Puppy Chase (Fraction to Decimal Conversion), Ratio Stadium (Ratio Equivalence), and more! 